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14 Practical Ways To Make Money with AI

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has reshaped how we live and do business. AI, the processing of information by machines to perform high-level tasks and solve problems, has …

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The Importance of Nuclear Energy & Zaporizhzhia to Ukraine

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Zaporizhzhia, consisting of 6 reactors and a net capacity of 5,700 megawatts when fully operational, is Ukraine and Europe’s largest nuclear power plant. The facility came …

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10 Gift Cards for the Mother Who Has It All

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Mothers do a lot for their children. From feeding, sheltering, nurturing, and generally going out of their way to ensure their child grows up in an …

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Southeast Asia’s Preferred Ally Switches in Favor of China

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If Southeast Asian countries had to choose a strategic partner, slightly more would now prefer to align with China than the United States. A poll conducted …

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Virginia’s Utility Regulator Approves Enough New Solar Projects to Power Nearly 200,000 Homes

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Utility regulator the Virginia State Corporation Commission has approved more than a dozen new solar projects in the state with 764 megawatts (MW) of total electricity …

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High PFAS Levels Detected in Groundwater Around the World

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A new study on global surface water and groundwater has found levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, also known as PFAS or “forever chemicals,” to exceed …

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Suffering Postpartum Hair Loss? Don’t Panic: Learn More About Your Causes and Treatment Options Instead

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Things to love about having a baby: lots of cuddles, the cutest teeny clothes and so much love your heart could burst. Things you probably don’t …

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Flood Payouts to Rhode Island Homeowners Were 417xs Higher in 2023

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Severe flooding caused the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to pay out $4.6 million to Rhode Island homeowners in 2023, findings show. That figure is 417 …

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Italy’s Digital Nomad Visa Is Finally Open

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Great news for digital nomads who want to live in Italy! The long-awaited Italy digital nomad visa program has officially started on April 4, 2024. Here’s …

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5 Pilates Exercises to Do Before Bed for Better Sleep

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It seems fair to say that much of our population is plagued with stress, exhaustion, and fatigue. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that adults …

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Fair Housing Pitfalls: 6 Ways to Avoid Being the Next Lawsuit

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The Big Picture On How To Avoid A Fair Housing Lawsuit: The Fair Housing Act is a federal law that provides protection against discrimination from several …

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25 Cheapest Places to Live in Washington, From Retirement Havens to Nature Getaways

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Washington is a state of dichotomies: high tech companies and agriculture, densely packed coastal cities just two hours from Olympic National Park’s wide-open landscapes, international seafood …

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Your Daily Horoscope for April. 11, According to ChatGPT

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Each day, we ask ChatGPT to look at what the stars hold in store for each Zodiac sign. Here’s what the AI engine had to say …

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12 Albums We Can’t Believe Are Turning 50 This Year

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For human beings, turning 50 can be kind of rough. It’s the time when the human body really starts slowing down, and it’s also the time …

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Soda vs. Pop, and Other Controversial Regional Food Terms

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In the United States, we contain multitudes, and by “multitudes,” we mean people who call all the same foods different things depending on what part of …

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12 Reasons Gen X Isn’t Ready for Retirement

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If you were born between 1965 and 1980, congratulations. You’re a member of Generation X, the folks who brought grunge, flannel, and chronic under-employment to the …

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March Was the 10th Hottest Consecutive Month on Record

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March was the 10th hottest consecutive month on record for each respective month of the year, according to new data from the European Union’s Copernicus Climate …

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4 Finance Experts Share Their Secrets For Hitting Your Dream Vacation Budget Goal

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Whether you’re dreaming about an all-inclusive African safari or a round-the-world cruise, we all have that one dream vacation we’d love to experience. The only thing …

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10 Gift Cards Perfect for Mother’s Day

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner and is an amazing day for fun, festivities, and a reason (though you don’t need one!) to celebrate mothers …

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The Pros & Cons of Student Housing: Should You Rent to College Kids?

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The Big Picture On Should You Rent To College Students: Renting properties to college students near universities is an attractive real estate investment. Advantages of renting …

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12 Reasons Men May Experience ED (& What to Do About It)

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Having ED is a common problem that both older men and younger men in the United States experience. In fact, some research indicates that 30 million American …

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Deadly Work Zone Crashes Have Increased Over 50% in 10 Years: Here’s Why

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Work zones aren’t immune from dangerous driving practices, like speeding, distracted driving and hit-and-runs. According to the latest LendingTree analysis, deadly work zone crashes rose 57.1% …

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Why Is My Hair Falling Out With a White Bulb?

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Sure, we’ve all seen loose hair strands, whether on our hairbrush, our pillow or circling the drain. But a hair strand with a little clump or …

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What It Would Really Take for US Drivers to Go Fully Electric?

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Key takeaways Under new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emission standards, a projected 56% of new vehicle sales will be electric by 2032. Electric vehicle (EV) sales …

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Oregon Passes One of the Strongest Right to Repair Laws in the US

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Oregon Governor Tina Kotek signed a “right to repair” bill into law on March 27. The state isn’t the first to pass such a law, but …

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‘Deadly Consequences for Marine Life’ Florida Passes Ban on Balloon Releases

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State lawmakers in Florida have passed a bill, HB321, to ban intentional balloon releases and charge intentional balloon releases as littering infractions. The bill passed with …

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New Windows Block Heat & Let in Light: Could be Essential for Reducing Emissions

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Without curtains, blinds, or other window covers, rooms can heat up quickly when the afternoon sun streams through a window. Close the curtain or pull down …

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Wacky Puckerupcakes (Lemon Wacky Cupcake with Limoncello Pipette)

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Wacky Puckerupcakes (Lemon Wacky Cupcake with Limoncello Pipette) Pucker Up Lemon lovers and get ready for the delicious zesty flavor of our Lemon Wacky Cupcake with …

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Your Daily Horoscope for April. 10, According to ChatGPT

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Each day, we ask ChatGPT to look at what the stars hold in store for each Zodiac sign. Here’s what the AI engine had to say …

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8 of the Strangest Will Requests of All Time

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Nobody exactly enjoys the task of writing a will. In fact, data suggests that 68 percent of Americans don’t have a valid will. And while will-making …